Contributors provide unique perspectives on critical trade issues. Author’s views are their own, and do not reflect the views of WITA, its Board or its staff.


How to Improve Transatlantic Relations Without Caving to Europe on Technology and Trade

Robert D. Atkinson | The Hill | 09/17/2021

Washington and Brussels later this month will send senior delegations of economic and trade ministers to the first meeting of a new U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council, dubbed the “TTC.” Their goal,…

DEPA and the Path Back to TPP

Matthew P. Goodman | CSIS | 07/15/2021

The United States has a strong national interest in being part of the Trans-Pacific Partnersh...

Vaccine Competition May Now Be The World’s Best Bet

John Kampfner | Chatham House | 06/30/2021

Relations between the major powers are at their worst for decade...

G7 Summit: Group’s Chance to Redefine its Role

Creon Butler | Chatham House | 06/04/2021

The G7 summit to be held in Cornwall on June 11-13 will be the first ‘i...

A Transatlantic Climate Alliance

Ana Palacio, Simone Tagliapietra | Bruegel | 06/04/2021

The stars may, at long last, be aligned for closer transatlantic cooperat...


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